Starting this week, all of Latvia’s small and micro enterprises that have submitted their e-mail addresses to the Enterprise Registry will receive an invitation to participate in a study and express their opinions about alternatives for the micro-enterprise tax and factors that obstruct their business activities, BNN was told by Economy Ministry.
Baltijas Ekspresis has achieved an unprecedented cargo turnover increase bot seen in Latvia until now. Compared with the first months of 2016, cargo turnover in Latvia had increased by 313% in the same period of 2017, as reported by Baltic Association – Transport and Logistics.
The collective application for progressive tax system’s introduction submitted to the Latvian parliament was passed to Finance Ministry for review on Thursday, 16 March.
Residents have become more positive about finding jobs, according to results of the latest barometer study of Baltic International Bank.
It is can be predicted that Russia will likely use Remembrance Day of the Latvian Legionnaires to propagate the myth about the resurrection of fascism in Latvia to try and discredit Latvia on the international stage, said Security Police Chief Normunds Mezviets in an interview to 900 seconds programme of LNT.
Insurance claims for cases of critical diseases like cancer, heart attack and stroke have grown by nearly 70% over the course of the past year, according to data from ERGO.
In 2016, population perception of the ability to make ends meet, namely, to pay for usual necessary expenses, has changed positively.
Members of the European Parliament want to reduce the volume of waste buried in landfills to 5% and reduce the volume of food product waste to 50% by 2030, as noted in the document.
Madona regional office of the State Environment Service has applied a fine to Latvenergo for causing environmental pollution at Plavini Hydro Power Plant in January, as confirmed by SES.
The majority of Latvian residents – 57% – believe it is now far more economical to buy a home rather than rent, according to a survey by Swedbank.
Last year, 88 children were placed under foster care. In total, however, 337 children of the municipality were living under foster care in 2016. This is the lowest index for the past decade, according to information from Riga Orphan’s Court.
Latvia has the third highest share of renewable energy in the European Union, according to the latest data compiled by Eurostat for 2015.
On Monday, 13 March, UK House of Lords approved the bill for providing authority to Prime Minister Theresa Mary May for the official commencement of talks for United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union. A couple of hours prior to that, the bill had been approved by the House of Representatives.
According to results of RAIT Agency’s survey data, 42% of Latvian respondents criticize Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis vote on giving away Abrene to Russia.
On Monday, 13 March, oil prices on the world market suffered a decline, which is largely associated with investors’ concerns over whether or not crude supply from USA can impact effort of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to limit oil production and reduce excessive energy supplies.